Research

This is where we’ll share research that may be of use that is relevant to emergency services wellbeing

RESEARCH – CIPD – Managers hold the key to wellbeing at work

CIPD research shows that better management is the key to tackling workplace stress and unlocking healthy, productive workplaces.  Senio...

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RESEARCH – CIPD Health and Wellbeing at Work Report 2019

A new report from CIPD and Simply Health has been published this month which shows that a rise in stress is linked to poor management. The ...

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Police Federation – Demand, Capacity and Welfare Survey 2018

On Wednesday 13 February the Federation launched the findings of its national demand, capacity and welfare survey, to which they h...

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RESEARCH: The role of psychological screening for emergency service responders

A brand new research paper has been published examining the role that psychological screening and surveillance can take in improving th...

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The CIPD Health and Well-being at Work Survey 2018

The 'Health and Well-being at Work' survey by the CIPD, in partnership with Simplyhealth, examines trends in absence and health and well-bei...

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Officer and staff welfare focus in HMICFRS ‘State of Policing’ report

Sir Thomas Winsor, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabularies, has today (12th June 2018) released his annual assessment of policing ...

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No police force is immune from welfare results

A number of chief constables and police leaders will attend the first of several workshops at Police Federation headquarters this Friday 9 F...

Movember Foundation Report: ‘Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing with Men and Boys: What Works?’

Commissioned by the Movember Foundation, The Centre for Men’s Health at Leeds Beckett University and the Men’s Health Forum have publish...

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Musculoskeletal Health: A Partnership Approach – By Ginder Narle

Musculoskeletal conditions affect over 10 million people and are the leading cause of disability in England, according to the Global Burden ...

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Wellbeing and engagement in policing: the key to unlocking discretionary effort

A paper entitled 'Wellbeing and engagement in policing: the key to unlocking discretionary effort' written by Dr Ian Hesketh, Prof Cary...